Join us on Thursday 23 July for the third in a series of interactive events exploring how cultural heritage can play a part in recovery and post Covid-19 landscapes
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Join us and Women of the World on 27 June for WOW Global 24, a free online festival focused on women and girls, racial injustice and the impact of Covid-19 on gender equality.
South Asian Heritage Month: exploring the shared cultures and histories of the UK and South Asia
COVID-19 News, advice and support from international culture and heritage organisations
Applications for projects relating to Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, South Sudan, Rwanda, Tanzania or Uganda closed on 21 June 2020.
We chatted with Dr Anna Leone to find out more about the Cultural Protection Fund funded project Training in Action.
Read case studies on Women of the World (WOW) in Karachi and Kathmandu, and the Athens 100 Resilient Cities report, recently published in UCLG's OBS Database of Good Practices.
Read the evaluation report on Artivism in the Horn of Africa, a project supporting young people in Sudan and Ethiopia to effect change within their communities.
The British Council's Jo Slack interviews Eliana Sousa Silva, WOW Rio curator and social activist advocating for the rights of people in the Brazilian Maré favela since her teens.
British Council's Jo Slack sits down to talk to three women from Pakistan about our two different societies and what it means to be involved in the Women of the World festivals.